Celeste Wells, Ph.D., is a professor in Boston College’s Communication department. She joined the Communication department in 2010 after earning her doctorate from the University of Utah. Dr. Wells’ research emphasizes the study of worker identity, immigration, nation, race, and gender. She has presented her research on issues of race and nationality within spheres of rhetoric and organizational communication. In her teaching, Dr. Wells aims to help develop students’ love of learning so that it extends beyond their undergraduate experience, and at Boston College her courses include The Rhetorical Tradition, Communication Criticism, and Argumentation Theory.